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  1. As I am also a content creator, I understand how difficult is it to achieve your sole goal of becoming a successful youtuber. But here are some tips by which you can increase viewers traffic on your youtube channel. Step 1: First have some research so you are ensured that video you are making is worth it. You can do this by using: 1- Google trends: I will recommend you that because it can tell you the traffic being gained by each topic. It is also geo specific (meaning that you can know what people in your country are searching for. 2- Answerthepublic: This is one of my favourite source where I get content relevent stuff. Don't forget to give it a try. 3- ahref list of top 100 topics searched on youtube: This is also one of my favourite platform. The list is upgraded regularly. But I usse it when I don't find the stuff I need from other platforms. Step 2: Ofcourse as a small creator, youtube will push your content by seeing the keywords/tags you mention in your description, title and tags section. Following are considered as highly used tags: (I recommend you to use them as far as possible) #gachalife , #gacha , #flamingo ,#roblox , #funny , #comedy , #recommended , #amongus , #fortnite, #meme , #callofduty , #dream , #minecraft , #memes , #trending , #viral , #dontclickonthis , #gaming , #tutorial , #simple , #marshmello , #famous , #retro , #xbox , #playstation , #nintendo , #pc , #release , #music , #dont , #ltt , #instagram , #twitter , #discord , #shitpost , #tiktok , #dance , #charlidamelio , #zoelaverene, #commentary , #pokemon , #skylanders , #asmr , #rap , #audio #youtube #youtuber #instagram #music #love #follow #like #tiktok #spotify #youtubers #video #youtubechannel #explorepage #memes #gaming #instagood #twitch #subscribe #facebook #hiphop #gamer #viral #art #rap #explore #k #ps #likeforlikes #followforfollowback #bruhify, #ImOof, #Trending, #recommend, #BaconShadow, #ContANT, #Buddster, #MrBruhified, #Susbruh, #Voxelness, #LonleySandwich, #coolified, #bruhifytwo, #Outcast, #SamPiez, #SpaceBerries, #FattyBlox, #LastFastboy, #ImProfied, #DontClickMe, #oofify, #THEBLACKNINJA, #Crazedplayz, #FunkyThePooh, #happify, #MrBanana, #lollify, #poggers, #Bruhdity, #MrBear, #SusDaily, #Whatif, #Eggify, #ManBruh, #mrsus, #revified, #OhThatEdit, #dumbify, #CommenterBruh, #SmileyDot, #Sowball, #Isosceles, #Ace_Pop, #Cryptix, #Starex, #ParashockX, #MrEggcellent, #DONT, #MrBeast, #dream, #Minecraft, #Roblox, #amongus, #Pewdiepie Plus point: Just yesterday I came up with an awesome new trick. Follow the steps below and increase your youtube views/subscribers by spreading your content in all countries. step 1: Get a vpn. You can use any vpn but more the servers it provide, the better. I personally use Psiphon vpn service, sometimes Bright vpn and vpn extension. You can use any. step 2: Install vidIQ extension. step 3: Now you need go to youtube. In search bar type the topic you have made the video on. : see my niche step 4: You just have to choose between the first three videos. : see more step 4: Click the chosen video and you will see the tag section used by the specific youtube creator (you have to scroll down for vidIQ). You can see all the tags. Just copy them which have a number written in hashes i.e. "#". see the tag section and hash tags "You can repeat the process for other two videos or If there are no hashes, Just change the vpn* step 5: Paste the copied tags in your DESCRIPTION (Please don't put these tags in tag section. I mean you can but personally I won't recommend it). step 6: Now connect your vpn to any server. see step 7: Reload the youtube page and type in search bar. see how the videos will change due to ip change step 8: Again click on the first three videos and see the tags section. step 9: Note that the tags will be changed. Copy them and paste in your description. step 10: Repeat this process again and again by changing your vpn servers and shock yourself with at leat 1k+ views. *See all the proofs and guides from the imgur links given with the keyword "see". Thanks!!!* Additional help: As a new creator, I will recommend you to get help from tools such as vidIQ and tubebuddy. I will highly recommend you to focus on quality rather than quantity. Marques Brownlee (he has reached 16 million subscribers) can inspire you. In his interview, Marques Brownlee stated that it took him 100 videos to reach 100 subscribers. So be patient and you can achieve your dream of being a youtuber. Enjoy and happy learning !!! Please don't leech the stuff. Thanks for cooperation!!
  2. LOS ANGELES, Oct 20 (Reuters) - Former U.S. President Donald Trump will launch his own social media app, TRUTH Social, that he said would "stand up to Big Tech" companies such as Twitter and Facebook that have barred him from their platforms. TRUTH Social will be created through a new company formed by a merger of the Trump Media and Technology Group and a special acquisition company (SPAC), according to a press release distributed by both organizations. “We live in a world where the Taliban has a huge presence on Twitter, yet your favorite American President has been silenced. This is unacceptable," Trump said in a written statement included in the release. "I am excited to send out my first TRUTH on TRUTH Social very soon. TMTG was founded with a mission to give a voice to all. I'm excited to soon begin sharing my thoughts on TRUTH Social and to fight back against Big Tech," he said. The social network, set for a beta launch next month and full rollout in the first quarter of 2022, is the first of three stages in the company's plans, followed by a subscription video-on-demand service called TMTG+ that will feature entertainment, news and podcasts, according to the news release. In a slide deck on its website, the company envisions eventually competing against Amazon.com's AWS cloud service and Google Cloud. A Trump representative who declined to be named confirmed the contents of the TMTG news release to Reuters. Trump spokesperson Liz Harrington also tweeted a copy. "For so long, Big Tech has suppressed conservative voices," the former president's son, Donald Trump Jr., told Fox News in an interview. "Tonight my father signed a definitive merger agreement to form what will ultimately be the Trump Media and Technology Group and TRUTH Social - a platform for everyone to express their feelings." Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms banned Trump from their services after hundreds of his supporters rioted at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. That protest came after a speech by Trump in which he falsely claimed that his November election loss was due to widespread fraud, an assertion rejected by multiple courts and state election officials. The deal will list Trump Media & Technology Group on Nasdaq through a merger with Digital World Acquisition Corp, a blank-check acquisition firm led by former investment banker Patrick Orlando. Trump Media & Technology Group will receive $293 million in cash that Digital World Acquisition Corp had in trust, assuming no shareholder of the acquisition firm chooses to redeem their shares, according to the statement. [video] [/video] Source : https://www.reuters.com/world/us/former-us-president-donald-trump-launches-new-social-media-platform-2021-10-21/
  3. A protected right? Free speech and social media A decade ago this very month, in Cairo's Tahrir Square, social media was being praised. Its role as an organizing tool during the pro-democracy rallies had many calling the Arab Spring the "Facebook Revolution" instead. But for all its glowing promise, we quickly learned social media is only as good as how it's used. "The major difference between now and then is, more than ever before, our experiences on social media are determined by hidden decisions made by the social media companies themselves," said Ramesh Srinivasan, who was in Tahrir Square back then researching how Twitter and Facebook were giving voice to the voiceless. "It used to be something more of an open pipe," he said. Srinivasan is now an author, and a professor at UCLA's Department of Information Studies. "What we are seeing when we go online is likely to be that which is most sensational or inflammatory. They're predicting whatever is most likely to grab people's attention." Keeping us engaged on social media is how Big Tech makes money, and the past four years have proven lies and conspiracy theories are unfortunately more engaging that the truth. "And the danger in that is, what?" asked correspondent Lee Cowan. "The danger is it's gonna present us with an extremely distorted view of reality," Srinivasan replied. "The fringe becomes the new normal." That is a study in the Trump Presidency. His reality TV roots taught him controversy gets ratings. And he used his social media feeds in much the same way. No one has a bigger "bully pulpit" than the President of the United States, and no one before Mr. Trump used it with such abandon online. The attack on the Capitol changed all that. After years of defending his presence on their platforms, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other social media giants booted Mr. Trump, claiming he'd incited a riot. Amazon removed an entire site from its servers: Parler, which had become the place favored by many conservatives. "De-platformed" was a word we learned a lot about this past week. "I think Big Tech has made a terrible mistake, and very, very bad for our country," President Trump said Tuesday. "They shouldn't be doing it. But, uhh, there's always a counter-move when they do that." While many applauded the move, the precedent of shutting out the leader of the free world made many people uncomfortable, too. It's a huge power to wield, one that is currently held in the hands of a very few. It's not a new argument; the CEOs of the major tech companies have been called on the carpet before. "Who the hell elected you, and put you in charge of what the media are allowed to report and what the American people are allowed to hear?" Sen. Ted Cruz asked tech executives during an October 2020 hearing on the Communications Decency Act. In 2019 Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez asked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, "So, you won't take down lies or you will take down lies? I think it's just a pretty simple yes or no." But claiming Big Tech is running afoul of the First Amendment by de-platforming those it deems harmful may be missing the larger point. Cowan asked, "Is kicking someone off any of these social media sites an infringement of their free speech rights?" "No, it isn't," replied Daphne Keller, who directs the Program on Platform Regulation at Stanford University's Cyber Policy Center. "They are not subject to the First Amendment. They are not the government." When it comes to digital speech and the First Amendment, she said, it gets messy pretty fast. Cowan said, "This isn't just a free speech argument on the part of users; it's also a free speech argument on the part of the providers as well, right?" "People who want to sue platforms, and force them to carry speech they don't want to, have a double First Amendment problem," Keller said. "First of all, those people don't have a First Amendment claim against the platforms, and second of all, the platforms do have a First Amendment argument against being forced to carry speech they disagree with." But what if the argument over regulation was reframed – less about speech, and more about changing how Big Tech exposes us to that speech? Yaël Eisenstat used to work for Facebook as one of the heads of election integrity, where she saw firsthand just what these companies do with all that content. "This idea that it's just this free flow of information is false. It's a curated flow of information," she said. "It's a business model that is predicated on gathering as much of our human behavioral data as possible, to create these little boxes of who we are, to then target us with ads." That's all fine if we're shopping for sneakers, she said. But those same algorithms apply to our politics, too. We'll willingly follow ideas that pop up down the rabbit hole, and those who want their messages to spread know the more controversial, the better. "I don't think that Mark Zuckerberg set out with the idea that, 'I wanna create a platform where the most outrageous, salacious, hate-filled speech wins.' I don't think that was his goal," Eisenstat said. "But instead of holding the platform responsible for what somebody posts, it's the tools that I want them held responsible for, not the actual speech on the platform, except for, of course, if the speech breaks the law." "But it sounds like what you're saying, though, is that'd be changing the business model, pretty much," said Cowan. "One hundred percent." Big Tech has promised more transparency, and better enforcement of their own rules when it comes to spreading dis- and mis-information. Facebook removed more hate speech this year than ever before; Twitter, the same. Even Tik-Tok is being more proactive. But that will likely not be enough going forward. Cowan asked Ramesh Srinivasan, "Can we trust them to do this kind of regulation on their own, though?" "No. We should not be trusting Twitter or any private company to magically serve the public interest. I think, if anything, the last four years have taught us that we can't do that." A year before the end of his second term, President Bill Clinton talked about the challenges of regulating the internet: "That's sorta like trying to nail Jell-O to the wall." That was more than two decades ago. Times change, but the value of good stewardship doesn't. "This discussion is about how we wanna live, how we wanna be, as a country and as a people," said Srinivasan. "It's a discussion about our humanity, at the end of the day. I do believe that you can force people to tie their actions to beliefs that might be a little more virtuous than their mere bottom lines." Source: A protected right? Free speech and social media
  4. Google is bringing back human moderators to oversee YouTube content, taking over from automated systems that were given more responsibilities at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. YouTube revealed in late August that in the three months prior, 11.4 million videos have been removed from the platform for violating its Community Guidelines. This is the highest number of videos taken down from YouTube over a three-month period since the service was launched in 2005, and it was attributed to the higher reliance on A.I. as the pandemic prevented human reviewers from going to work. YouTube admitted, however, that some of the videos would have been erroneously removed. “One of the decisions we made [at the beginning of the pandemic] when it came to machines who couldn’t be as precise as humans, we were going to err on the side of making sure that our users were protected, even though that might have resulted in a slightly higher number of videos coming down,” YouTube’s chief product officer told the Financial Times. The Google-owned company revealed that it has reversed the decision to take down 160,000 videos, the Financial Times reported. Normally, less than 25% of appeals are successful, but under A.I. moderation, the percentage of successful appeals has increased to 50%. However, while Mohan claims that more human moderators will start overseeing YouTube content, it remains unclear how that will happen amid the ongoing pandemic. Digital Trends has reached out to Google for additional details on their working arrangements, and we will update this article as soon as we hear back. Source
  5. Snapchat on Monday launched Spotlight, a video tab within its app that, like TikTok, distributes videos based more on how popular they are than on who created them. Facebook in August launched its TikTok competitor, called Reels. Driving the news: Snapchat's news comes days after Twitter said it would be adding "Fleets," which are basically Snapchat stories for people who tweet. (Nearly every social media app has launched some version of Stories in the past few years.) The big picture: Tech platforms used to focus on ways to create wildly different products to attract audiences. Today, they all have similar features, and instead differentiate themselves with their philosophies, values and use cases. Instagram launched 10 years ago as a photo-sharing app for artists and design buffs, but now includes everything from live video to shopping to help those creators market and sell their ideas and goods. Snapchat was created as a private messaging app between close friends, but today includes professionally-curated content, games and maps to help close friends develop deeper relationships. Twitter was created as a public ideas platform, but over the years it's made it easier to share images, videos and audio to help users discuss current events. What to watch: As social media companies adopt similar features, expect them to emphasize how their core values shape their versions of those features. For example, Snapchat was deliberate about making sure Spotlight would be set to private mode by default and wouldn't include public counts of comments, likes or shares. Source
  6. Hey guys, I just wanna share something with you to see if someone can help me because I am frustrated. My facebook and instagram account were hacked for the 4th time this month. When it first happened, I created a new hotmail account and linked it with both my facebook and instagram profiles because my original hotmail was also hacked. 2 step verification was enabled for both social media accounts but still didn't protect me. After the second and the third time, I became convinced that someone had access to my phone or laptop so I resetted both of them. After each hack I recover my accounts using my phone number. Last night was the fourth time so instead of recovering and re-use them I recovered and deleted both social media accounts. Can someone please help give me some advise on what I can do to protect myself in case I created new social media accounts or reactivated my already existing ones ? Thank you
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